September 27, 2020 | 11:00 pm (CET)
Parallel to our 3rd European Collaboration Summit sponsorship, 2020 marks our premier platinum sponsorship of the North American equivalent, The North American Collaboration Summit (NACS). We’re pumped to strengthen the foothold of OfficeExpert in the US and beyond.
If you’ve already registered to attend and are yet to be introduced to OfficeExpert but don’t want to wait, you can get a feel for it using our OfficeExpert sandbox.
NACS is the only multi-day Microsoft focused conference in the Midwest where business leaders, IT pros, developers, end users, and other professionals come together to learn how Microsoft 365, SharePoint, and Azure can power teamwork, employee engagement and communications, and organizational effectiveness. Here you LEARN from Microsoft MVP’s, RD’s, MCM’s, and Microsoft employees who live in the technology every day. You GO BEYOND the marketing hype and understand the real-world implications of the technology. You can CONNECT with like-minded professionals who have the same struggles as you & ENGAGE the best community in the world, while CELEBRATING on Branson Landing at allegedly awesome Attendee Party on April 2nd.
NACS is loaded with practical sessions and workshops on SharePoint, Office 365, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Teams, Power BI, Azure and more!
In this hybrid technical & adoption session, you will learn from real-world customer examples where usage and engagement analysis has helped others like you conquer common adoption problems.
You will see how Admin Center, Office 365 Activity Reports, Microsoft Graph & PowerShell can serve as data goldmines for your organization’s usage patterns. The insights you gain can be used to increase and sustain user adoption rates beyond what you thought possible.
At the end of this seminar, you will be thoroughly prepared to achieve your adoption goals by understanding:
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